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Thin layer to access resources living behind api's

Project description

  • Compliant with django’s session authentication and csrf protection.
  • Inspired by django-rest-framework GenericView’s enforced url.

Install

pip install api-proxy

Create a login proxy

import api_proxy as proxy

class Login(proxy.BaseProxy):
    url = '/login/'

login = Login()
login.post({'username': 'user', 'password': 'pass'})
print login.result.status_code
print login.result.json()

Create a resource proxy

class UserAccounts(proxy.ResourceProxy):
    url = '/users/'
    detail = '{username}'

users = User(session_source=login)
users.post({'username': 'nedstark', 'password': '123'})
users.rebase(username="nedstark").get()
print users.result.json()

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